The Churches of Voskopoja are in a small mountain village perched at a height of 1200 meters above sea level, 21 km west of Korça. It was once a very prominent city along the “Egnatia Road,” reaching its height in the middle of the 18th century CE with 24 churches and monasteries. Only seven of these twenty four churches remain still today.
The Ristozi Church of Mbroje in Korca is defined and framed by the naos, a porch that lies in the western and southern parts. The church structure is an inscribed cross type. On the eastern wall, we find the semicircular Abside, with an arched Nike. Two other Nikes, reaching the ground, are in the southern and northern walls. The church has two entrance portals, one in the southern part and the other in the eastern part. An equiangular at the junction point of the cross beams tumbler lifts up on a podium.
The Monumental Tombs of “Selca e Poshtëme” (Lower Selca) are 2,400 years old, located 40 km from the modern city of Pogradec. Selca was a town founded by the Illyrian tribe of Desartes in the 6th century BCE. It is thought that Pelion was the residence of the Illyrian king, Klit, located in Selca. The settlement reached its greatest prominence in the 3rd - 4th centuries BCE, when its protective surrounding walls encircled an area of 3 hectares. Five monumental tombs in Ionic style have been excavated from this archaeological site. Four of the carved tombs are located inside the tunnels.
The Tumuli Burials of Kamenicaare located in the southern part of Korça, along the national road linking Korça with Erseka. This is one of the most important monuments, representative of Albanian prehistory. Visiting the site, you will have the chance to be acquainted with prehistoric community life from the 13th - 6th centuries BCE.
Lake Ohrid is one of the most beautiful tectonic lakes of the Balkans, located on the shared border between Albania and Macedonia. It is 695 m above sea level and accordingly remains temperate and cool even in the warmest summers. At an estimated four million years old, it is also one of the oldest lakes in the world. It too boasts a tremendous variety of fish, some of which are unique to Ohrid. Notable among them is the Belushka, a delicious and highly prized fish, and Koran, which is the most famous and is exclusively found in this lake.
Maligradi Island is located in Grand Prespa Lake in front of Pusteci ( Liqenas ) village. It is frequently visited by boaters who come to enjoy the wilderness of the island , the nice view around and to pay a visit to Saint Mary eremite church build on a rocky formation.
National Park of Drenova Fir boasts an area of 1,380 ha and features the magnificent Morava Mountain. Located in the region of Korça, the elevations and views draw enthusiasts and nature lovers throughout the year. Springs are abundant and serve to enhance the natural beauty.
The Fir of Hotova National Park is located in the region of Frashëri, 35 km northeast of Përmeti. The “Hotova Fir” is a significant regional species and graces the countryside throughout the park. Nature lovers flock here and appreciate the park for its many recreational and camping opportunities.
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